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Started a build thread awhile ago and I'd like to delete it since I have found older pictures and have ...


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Old 09-23-2016, 02:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Started a build thread awhile ago and I'd like to delete it since I have found older pictures and have a ton of newer pics to combine. I'd prefer to just start over entirely and not deal with trying to rearrange previous posts.

Here is a link to the thread I'd like removed.

http://www.ramforum.com/f17/magua_sa...70/index3.html


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You can't delete it but I can. Go ahead and start you new thread. I'll take care of the one you linked to above.
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how come we don't have the ability to delete are own threads????
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Because the forum was set up that way.


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Because the forum was set up that way.
obviously
just wondering why?
It would clear up space on the forum of some of the useless stuff
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obviously

just wondering why?

It would clear up space on the forum of some of the useless stuff

The person who starts the thread is not the only one who posts in it in most cases, and it's not right to let someone delete the posts of others. All it takes is for one person to get pissed off and you can end up losing years of valuable information in one click. No sane admin would ever allow that on their forum.
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Ok well that makes sense
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